Penn School of Social Policy and Practice part-time professor Joseph McBride died Friday in a bicycle accident. He was 58.
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A new study conducted by Wharton professor Adam Grant along with Francesca Gino of Harvard Business School and David Hofmann of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shows that introverted leaders can be just as effective as extroverted leaders.
In a ranking released last week by Bloomberg Businessweek of the best business schools nationwide, the Wharton School came in third.
There are instances when bad publicity equals good publicity. Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger found this to be the case in a recent study conducted alongside two Stanford University professors.
Wharton's third-place ranking on Businessweek's MBA program rankings was marred by disappointing student survey results, with which current Wharton MBA students disagree.
Though master's of business administration graduates can celebrate the fact that hiring is up, signing bonuses are down and salaries remain flat.
There is no short supply of women at the Wharton School today, but this was not always the case.
The "Venture A Guess" contest, established three years ago by the Wharton Entrepreneurial Program, offers prizes for answering entrepreneurship-related trivia questions.
Based on various indicators, retail is set to make a comeback, according to several Wharton professors.
Last week, Wharton announced an extensive reformation of its MBA curriculum, intended to allow for increased flexibility for students in the core curriculum.
Two Wharton profs and a first-year Applied Economics Ph.D. candidate argue that “measured subjective well-being grows hand in hand with material living standards.”
Robert Cohen was in the Poconos with his family when he watched his apartment complex, at 48th and Walnut streets, burn down on the news.
Sunday night, a group of students in the middle of their own filmmaking projects will most likely be watching the Academy Awards with a different perspective.
Adapting to a new way of life is a challenge that most college freshmen face, but for a large number of Penn students, the experience is marked by religion, or lack thereof.
Four years after they were hand–selected from the admitted class of 2011, Penn’s pioneering class of Civic Scholars are preparing themselves for graduation.